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Posts Tagged ‘Art’

Mission, Money, and Museums
August 14, 2015

By: Kevin Valbonesi The following blog post contains excerpts from an article by Gail Lord and Ted Silberberg, Balancing Money and Mission: Critical Issues in Museum Economics. Should museums charge…

Museums as Safe Spaces For Conflict
March 27, 2015

By Ngaire Blankenberg The Bardo Museum in Tunisia was attacked and 21 people were murdered while I was in the middle of the opening plenary for the United Cities and…

Consumers or Stewards: Do our energy transitions really define who we are?
September 18, 2014

By Jesika Briones, Advanced Energy Centre, MaRS Discovery District This article was originally published on MaRS blog. It’s been reposted on our blog with the author’s permission. I recently decided…

A Trip to the Barabar Caves
February 3, 2014

By Shubha Khandekar The India team of Lord Cultural Resources has recently visited the Barabar caves located in the state of Bihar, India, in regards to the Bihar Museum’s exhibition…

To A Long Life…
December 18, 2013

By Ngaire Blankenberg This article was previously published at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights’ blog. On the night Mandela died, I went to his house and joined the gathering-…

Billboard Tax In Toronto Nets 10 Million A Year For Art
July 19, 2013

By Andrea Ott How was it done? Through the efforts of artists in a 12-year campaign to tax billboards for art. I had the opportunity to meet with Devon Ostrom…

The Year in Pictures
January 31, 2013

What is the definition of “having an eye”? Personally, I believe having an eye is a question of having an understanding for what is happening, in a work of art and in the world.

Parlamentarium – European Parliaments Visitors' Centre
August 20, 2012

By Rasmus Jantzen A little over five years ago, while in Grad School, I became aware of Lord Cultural Resources through my mother. Through her job as head of the…

How to Have Your Public Develop an Exhibition
August 14, 2012

By Andrea Ott A new wave in the development and display of cultural projects is having your audience create and plan visitor experiences. It started in artistic production with examples…

ROM’s Ultimate Dinosaurs
July 24, 2012

By Jacqueline Tang Last week I visited ROM’s latest and largest exhibit on dinosaurs – Ultimate Dinosaurs: Giants from Gondwana. The exhibit features a range of dinosaur skeletons from the…

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